I had to: sudo apt-get install gcc-multilib libc6-i386 to get rid of
the missing header stuff, thanks for the pointer to the -m32 flag,
that's what helped me get to the solution.
Don't worry Alex, I've run the 64bit version quite a lot now and
there's only one thing left to solve to get my application to run
properly, as far as I can see at the moment anyway.
On Mon, Nov 23, 2009 at 7:35 AM, Alexander Burger <a...@software-lab.de> wrote:
> Hi Henrik,
>> I've had no problems compiling picolisp32 on a 32bit Intel system and
>> then running the executable on a 64bit intel system. However now I'm
>> faced with a 64bit AMD system and the old 32bit executable I compiled
>> on the Intel system is not even recognized.
> Isn't it an option to use the 64-bit version? As far as I know, you've
> already used it somewhere else. Or is the reason that you want to use a
> database built on a 32-bit version?
>> When I'm trying to compile the 32bit version on the 64bit AMD system
>> I'm getting errors that various 32bit header files are missing. Is
>> there a way for me to somehow get past this with the help of passing
>> flags to the make command? I noticed a lib32 folder in the root of my
> As far as I know, only -m32 should suffice, and it is only a matter of
> installing the 32-bit compilation environment. But I must confess that I
> never tried that.
> - Alex
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